The French are keen to re-start duty-free shopping in Calais for British tourists post-Brexit and ferries have reintroduced it
Author: Charlotte Lebon
We need food for a growing population. Whether we buy from British farming, or other countries, the same ethical scrutiny should be applied
Light pollution at the lorry park disturbs local residents, the environment and research found artificial light harms human health
The 2021 UK Census had a tick-box for Roma for the first time. Gypsies and Irish travellers were only put in the census for the first time in 2011. “Gypsy” by Cernavoda is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 Gypsies and Travellers are 0.5% of population in Kent The results revealed 58,000 Gypsies and Irish travellers, the majority in the […]
Charlotte Lebon looks at why some plants may become unaffordable in British garden centres next year now that Brexit regulations have taken effect
Changes in the questions that have been asked in the UK census have developed over the decades, reflecting changes in society and in social attitudes.
The Victorian Census – what did women say about their occupations?
In the early Anglo-Saxon era , “double houses”, were for both males and females dedicated to life in a religious order.
Photographers on both sides of the Channel are being obstructed in their legitimate public interest pursuit of what is happening in and around migrant camps.
security officers on the French side of the Channel Tunnel arrested a young man who had just walked through the tunnel, with his sleeping bag, a sports bag and a scratched photo ID